Definition of Funiculars

1. Noun. (plural of funicular) ¹

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Definition of Funiculars

1. funicular [n] - See also: funicular

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Funiculars

funicular graft
funicular myelitis
funicular myelosis
funicular railway
funicular souffle
funiculars (current term)
funiculi medullae spinalis
funiculus amnii
funiculus anterior
funiculus dorsalis
funiculus gracilis
funiculus lateralis
funiculus posterior
funiculus separans
funiculus solitarius

Literary usage of Funiculars

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1. The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"When there is more than one span the funiculars in question may be drawn for each of the spans, and, if the bending moments at the ends of the extreme ..."

2. Improving Transport Accessibility for All: Guide to Good Practice by SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)
"4.7 Cable Cars and funiculars Especially in Alpine countries, cable cars and funiculars play an important role in providing access for tourists and visitors ..."

3. A Treatise on Statics: Containing the Fundamental Principles of by George Minchin Minchin (1880)
"Since the point / may be taken anywhere on P1 it is clear that for a given pole, O, we may construct an infinite number of funiculars of the system, ..."

4. A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1893)
"This funicular being constrained to pass through A and B is completely determinate when all the bending moments are given. If funiculars ..."

5. A Treatise on Analytical Statics: With Numerous Examples by Edward John Routh (1896)
"We know that, if we draw two funiculars a^. ... Referring to Art. 343 (where these funiculars are represented by 1...6 and 1'...6') we see that the five ..."

6. A Treatise on Statics with Applications to Physics by George Minchin Minchin (1896)
"The corresponding sides of any two funiculars oj a given system of forces intersect on a right line, which is parallel to that joining the poles of the two ..."

7. Synthetic Projective Geometry by George Bruce Halsted (1906)
"The corresponding sides of any two funiculars of a given system of forces cross on a straight parallel to the join of the poles of the ..."

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